‘Science Speaks’ Provides Coverage Of Union World Conference On Lung Health

The Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks” highlights the 46th Union World Conference on Lung Health, which took place last week in Cape Town, South Africa. Rabita Aziz, policy research coordinator at the center, reports on issues discussed at the meeting, including the importance of community involvement to end HIV and TB, the TB risk for health workers, and the threat of zoonotic TB.

Science Speaks: Union World Conference on Lung Health: Communities central to ending HIV and TB (Aziz, 12/4).

Science Speaks: Union World Conference on Lung Health: Health workers at greater risk for TB, but unlikely to be screened for it (Aziz, 12/6).

Science Speaks: Union World Conference on Lung Health: Zoonotic TB poses little known threat (Aziz, 12/7).

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